Not everyone found the video appropriate. "Don't make light of domestic violence. Whether you believe her or not. It doesn't matter," one user wrote.
"As far as I know, he cannot look at me," Amber Heard said of her ex-husband, recalling his 2016 promise.
Amber Heard is countersuing Johnny Depp for $100 million in damages and took to the stand on Monday to finish her defense and begin cross-examination.
"I was given a script and then given new versions of the script that had taken away scenes that had action in it," Heard said in court.
"I believe he would have taken it too far and I wouldn't be here," Heard testified in a Virginia court on Monday.
Wright is believed to be a friend of Amber Heard's and has previously defended her claims of abuse against Johnny Depp.
With the trial having resumed on Monday, Newsweek has looked at some of the most explosive pieces of evidence presented in court against Depp thus far.
As Heard continued her testimony during the Johnny Depp defamation trial, she told the jury about meeting Elon Musk at the 2016 Met Gala.
As the Johnny Depp and Amber Heard defamation trial continues, here are six of the biggest pieces of evidence presented against Heard so far.
"I don't think that's funny. I don't know what grown woman does find that funny," Heard testified on Monday.
"I think there is a part of Amber that [believes] fighting is passion," Deuters said in a recently published interview.
A spokesperson for Heard told Newsweek they're anticipating Depp's team will put on a courtroom display that's "equal parts shameful and desperate."
The defense called several more witnesses Thursday for the final day of court this week. Live updates have ended.
After taking a week off, the Johnny Depp and Amber Heard defamation trial will continue from the Circuit Court of Fairfax County, Virginia.
"Saturday Night Live" weighed in on the actors' court battle with a parody of the live proceedings.
Julia Fox's alleged comment suggests while Heard did hit Depp, she wasn't "physically" or "financially" powerful enough to be the abuser in the relationship.
Most TikTok viewers blasted the company, calling its joke "tasteless," "tone deaf" and "disgusting."
Ahead of the resumption of Heard's defamation trial with Johnny Depp, Newsweek spoke to legal experts about some of the questions that could be asked of her.
The creator of the petition, Jeanne Larson, wrote, "Amber Heard has been exposed as a domestic abuser by Johnny Depp."
When DARVO occurs, "you end up with two people who say they are the victim of abuse, but only one of them is," an expert tells Newsweek.
Amid Depp's defamation trial with Amber Heard, a host of online accounts are offering takes on why they believe the actor is the wronged party.
"No joke, he always, always breaks something. Look at him, he's enormous," Amber Heard said about co-star Jason Momoa in 2018.
Heard once described her sister as her "best friend" and "partner in crime."
"Cut my finger off and see if she'll claim it," Raven-Symoné quipped of Heard in the video, seemingly alluding to her ex-husband Johnny Depp's injury.
Dermatologist Dr. Muneeb Shah went viral for weighing in on and explaining the "Amika" and "Arnica" cream confusion during the Johnny Depp/Amber Heard trial.
Depp's "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas" co-star Barkin has said that there is always an air of violence around him and he is verbally abusive.
Social media users are being misled by unearthed audio clips from private conversations between Heard and Depp that are missing vital context.
A video posted on YouTube implies that the actor's children took the stand in the defamation trial filed by Depp and defended their father.
An influx of hugely misleading videos discussing the trial have flooded YouTube, with one overriding theme—they're all distinctly anti-Heard.